Canon Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E7A Instruction manual

Wireless File Transmitter
WFT-E7
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To comply with local radio wave regulations, Canon offers five region-specific versions of the
transmitter (WFT-E7A, E7B, E7C, E7D, and E7E) in various areas around the world. (See
Areas of Use and Restrictions.) For convenience, we refer to the product in this manual simply
as “the transmitter,” without reference to versions A, B, C, D, or E.
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Thank you for purchasing a Canon product.
The Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E7 is an accessory for EOS cameras. In addition to time
synchronization with other cameras (over a wireless or wired LAN connection) and Bluetooth
connectivity with GPS devices, the transmitter enables the following operations.
Wireless and Wired LAN Functions
FTP Transfer
Transfer images to an FTP server
EOS Utility
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Use EOS Utility to capture, view, and
download images remotely
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WFT Server
Use a web browser to capture, view,
and download images remotely
Media Server
View images on a DLNA-compatible TV
or other devices
Linked Shooting
Wirelessly trigger shooting by slave
cameras linked to a master camera
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Sync the Camera Time over a Wireless or Wired Connection
Slave camera
Slave camera
LAN cable
Master camera
Slave camera
Hub
Master camera
LAN cable
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Master camera
Connect to GPS Devices (commercially available) via Bluetooth
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Connected via Bluetooth
Add the latitude, longitude, altitude, date and time, and
other shooting information to images
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Conventions Used in this Manual
These instructions assume that your wireless or wired LAN and FTP server settings are
complete. For details on configuring these settings, refer to the documentation provided with
the respective equipment.
Terms in brackets [ ] indicate button or icon names or other software elements. Brackets
also denote camera menu items.
The EOS 5D Mark III is used as an example for illustrations and screens in this manual.
Note that the screens displayed on your camera may differ, depending on the camera model
used.
Page numbers in parentheses indicate where you can find additional information.
These instructions assume that you have read the Camera Instruction Manual and are
familiar with operating the camera.
Sections of this manual labeled with the following symbols contain information of the
corresponding nature.
: Warnings to avoid potential problems are labeled with a caution symbol.
: Supplemental information is labeled with a note symbol.
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Windows is a trademark or registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States and other countries.
Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Corporation in the United States and other
countries.
Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
Wi-Fi Certified, WPA, WPA2, and the Wi-Fi Certified logo are trademarks of the Wi-Fi
Alliance.
WPS as used on camera settings screens and in this manual signifies Wi-Fi Protected
Setup.
UPnP is a trademark of the UPnP Implementers Corporation.
Bluetooth and the Bluetooth logos are trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
All other corporate and brand names in this manual are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
Using the transmitter for remote image transfer, capture, or viewing requires adequate knowledge of
configuring your wireless or wired LAN and FTP server.
Canon cannot provide support for configuring wireless or wired LANs or FTP servers.
Note that Canon cannot be held liable for any loss or damage to the transmitter from erroneous network
or FTP server settings. In addition, Canon cannot be held liable for any other loss or damage caused by
use of the transmitter.
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Chapter List
Introduction
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1
Basic Network Settings
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Transferring Images to an FTP Server
31
3
Remote Capture Using EOS Utility
47
4
Remote Capture Using WFT Server
53
5
Using the Transmitter as a Media Server
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Linked Shooting
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Managing Settings Information
83
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Synchronizing the Camera Time
89
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Using Bluetooth GPS Devices
93
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Troubleshooting
97
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Reference
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69
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Contents
Introduction
Conventions Used in this Manual ...................................................................................................... 4
Chapter List........................................................................................................................................ 5
Contents............................................................................................................................................. 6
Safety Warnings................................................................................................................................. 8
Nomenclature..................................................................................................................................... 9
Installing and Removing the Battery ................................................................................................ 11
Using a Household Power Outlet..................................................................................................... 13
Attaching to the Camera .................................................................................................................. 14
Subsequent Organization of This Manual........................................................................................ 16
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2
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Basic Network Settings
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Getting Ready ..................................................................................................................................
Displaying the Connection Wizard ...................................................................................................
Selecting the Communication Method and LAN Type .....................................................................
Using the Wizard to Establish a Connection....................................................................................
WPS Connections (PBC Mode) .......................................................................................................
WPS Connections (PIN Mode) ........................................................................................................
Configuring Network Settings ..........................................................................................................
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25
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Transferring Images to an FTP Server
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Configuring FTP Communication Settings.......................................................................................
Automatic Image Transfer After Each Shot .....................................................................................
Transferring Images Individually ......................................................................................................
Batch Transfer .................................................................................................................................
Checking Image Transfer History ....................................................................................................
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Remote Capture Using EOS Utility
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Configuring EOS Utility Communication Settings ............................................................................ 48
Using EOS Utility ............................................................................................................................. 51
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Remote Capture Using WFT Server
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Configuring WFT Server Communication Settings ..........................................................................
Displaying WFT Server ....................................................................................................................
Viewing Images................................................................................................................................
Remote Capture [Camera control] ...................................................................................................
Remote Capture [Simple control].....................................................................................................
Remote Capture...............................................................................................................................
Using WFT Server in Linked Shooting.............................................................................................
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Using the Transmitter as a Media Server
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Configuring Media Server Communication Settings ........................................................................ 66
Displaying Captured Images on a Television................................................................................... 67
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Contents
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Linked Shooting
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Preparing Slave Cameras................................................................................................................
Basic Linked Shooting .....................................................................................................................
Positioning the Slave Cameras........................................................................................................
Using the Transmitter with WFT Server...........................................................................................
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Managing Settings Information
83
Checking Settings ............................................................................................................................ 84
Changing Settings............................................................................................................................ 85
Saving and Loading Settings ........................................................................................................... 87
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Synchronizing the Camera Time
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Preparing for Time Synchronization................................................................................................. 90
Synchronizing the Time ................................................................................................................... 91
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Using Bluetooth GPS Devices
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Connecting GPS Devices via Bluetooth........................................................................................... 94
10 Troubleshooting
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Handling Error Messages ................................................................................................................ 98
Wireless LAN Notes....................................................................................................................... 111
Checking Network Settings............................................................................................................ 112
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Reference
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Creating and Registering Captions ................................................................................................
Using a Bracket (Sold Separately).................................................................................................
Specifications.................................................................................................................................
Index ..............................................................................................................................................
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Safety Warnings
The following precautions are intended to prevent harm to you and others as well as damage to
equipment. Become familiar with the precautions before using the transmitter to ensure correct
and safe operation.
Be sure that you fully understand the safety precautions contained in the instruction manuals
for the battery, charger, and AC Adapter Kit before using them.
Warning Preventing Serious Injury or Death
To prevent fire, excessive heat, chemical leakage, or explosion, follow these safety guidelines.
• Do not insert metallic objects between electrical contacts of the transmitter, accessories, or connecting cables.
Do not use the transmitter where there is flammable gas. There is a risk of explosion or fire.
If the transmitter is dropped and internal parts are exposed, do not touch the exposed parts. There is a risk of
electrical shock.
Do not disassemble or modify the transmitter. High-voltage internal parts may cause electrical shock.
Do not store the transmitter in dusty or humid places. There is a risk of fire or electrical shock.
Before using the transmitter on board airplanes or in hospitals, make sure use is permitted. Electromagnetic
waves emitted by the transmitter may interfere with instrumentation or medical equipment.
Caution Preventing Injury or Equipment Damage
Do not leave the transmitter inside a vehicle in hot weather or near a heat source. The transmitter may become
hot and cause burns if touched.
Do not cover or wrap the transmitter with a cloth. This may trap heat inside, posing a risk of case deformation or
fire.
Do not use paint thinner, benzene, or other organic solvents to clean the transmitter. This poses a risk of fire and
may be hazardous to your health.
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If the product malfunctions, becomes damaged, or requires repair, contact your dealer
or the nearest Canon Service Center.
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Handling Precautions
The transmitter is a precision instrument. Do not drop it or subject it to shock.
The transmitter is not waterproof. Do not use it underwater.
Wipe off any moisture with a clean, dry cloth. If the transmitter has been exposed to salty air,
wipe it with a clean damp cloth after wringing it out to remove excess water.
Never leave the transmitter near any equipment that generates a strong magnetic field,
such as magnets or electric motors.
Do not leave the transmitter in excessive heat, such as in a vehicle in direct sunlight. High
temperature may damage the transmitter.
Do not wipe the transmitter using cleaners containing organic solvents. If the transmitter
becomes difficult to clean, take it to the nearest Canon Service Center.
To avoid corrosion, do not store the transmitter where there are strong chemicals, such as in
darkrooms or chemical labs.
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Nomenclature
For detailed information, reference page numbers are provided in parentheses (p.**).
Tripod screw
Power lamp
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Battery compartment
cover release lever
(p.11)
Battery compartment
cover (p.11)
<LAN> lamp
LCD panel (p.10)
Power switch (p.14)
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<a> port (p.14)
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Ethernet RJ-45 port
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Nomenclature
LCD panel
Connection icon
Error number
Wired LAN connection
Wireless signal strength
Battery check
Bluetooth connection
Case
Belt holder
Strap mounts
Case strap
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Case for tripod screw
Interface cables
Approx. 25 cm / 9.8 in.
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Approx. 1.5 m / 4.9 ft.
Installing and Removing the Battery
Use one Battery Pack LP-E6 to power the transmitter. When replacing the transmitter’s battery,
be sure to turn the transmitter off before opening the battery compartment cover.
Also note that the transmitter is not sold with a battery or charger. If you do not own these
accessories, they are available for purchase separately.
Installing the battery
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Open the cover.
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Insert the battery.
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Close the cover.
Push the lever down and open the cover.
Insert the end with the battery contacts.
Insert the battery all the way until it locks into
place.
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Press the cover up until it clicks into place.
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Installing and Removing the Battery
Battery check
The remaining battery power is displayed when you turn the transmitter on. A blinking battery
icon (
) indicates that the battery will be depleted soon.
Icon
Level (%)
100 – 70
69 – 50
49 – 20
19 – 10
Number of images that can be transferred
LAN
At Normal Temperature (23°C / 73°F)
Wireless LAN
2400
Wired LAN
2200
9–1
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Approx. number of images
At Low Temperature (0°C / 32°F)
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2300
2200
When using a fully charged LP-E6. The number of images that can be transferred is nearly
the same at normal temperature (23°C / 73°F) and low temperature (0°C / 32°F).
When automatic transfer is performed during shooting of an image of approx. 5 MB under
conditions based on the CIPA (Camera & Imaging Products Association) test standards.
Fewer images can be transferred when transferring images continuously over a wireless
LAN.
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Removing the battery
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1
Open the cover.
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Remove the battery.
Push the lever down and open the cover.
Press the battery lock lever in the direction of the
arrow to unlock, and then remove the battery.
To prevent a short-circuit, be sure to always attach
the protective cover to the battery.
Using a Household Power Outlet
When the AC Adapter Kit ACK-E6 (sold separately) is used, a household power outlet can be
used to power the transmitter without worrying about the battery level.
1
Connect the DC coupler plug.
2
Connect the power cord.
3
Insert the DC coupler.
Connect the DC coupler plug to the socket of the
AC adapter.
Connect the power cord as shown.
Insert the plug into the outlet.
After usage, unplug from the outlet.
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Open the cover, and insert the DC coupler firmly
until the lock position.
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Close the cover.
Pass the cord through the groove while opening
the cap of the DC coupler cord notch, and then
close the cover.
Do not connect or disconnect the power cord while the transmitter’s power switch is set to <ON>.
Do not connect and use AC Adapter Kits ACK-E6 with both the camera and transmitter WFT-E7
simultaneously. It may cause malfunction to the nearby electronic devices. For more information,
contact a Canon Service Center.
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Attaching to the Camera
When connecting the transmitter to the camera, always use one of the interface cables
included with the transmitter.
1
Turn off both the camera and
transmitter.
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Attach the transmitter’s <a> port
cap.
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Connect the transmitter and camera.
To keep the cable securely connected, attach the
cap to the transmitter.
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Connect the end of the cable with the <WFT GPS>
logo to the transmitter’s <a> terminal.
Connect the end of the cable with the <CAMERA>
logo to the camera’s <a> terminal.
Turn on both the camera and
transmitter.
X The transmitter’s <3> lamp will light and
<D> will be displayed on the transmitter’s LCD
panel.
Using the Interface Cables
Use the 25 cm / 9.8 in. cable when the transmitter is attached to the camera tripod socket or
Accessory Bracket AB-E1 (sold separately, p.115).
Use the 1.5 m / 4.9 ft. cable when the transmitter is stored in the included case and either
worn over your shoulder or attached to a belt.
Before disconnecting the cable, turn off both the transmitter and camera.
If the transmitter’s <3> lamp blinks, it means that the transmitter and camera are not properly
connected. Check the connection.
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Attaching to the Camera
Example of Attachment
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Example of Using the Case and Strap
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If you turn on/off the transmitter or connect/disconnect the interface cable during Live View shooting or
movie shooting, Live View shooting or movie shooting will stop.
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Subsequent Organization of This Manual
Click one of the following chapter titles to view the corresponding page.
1 Basic Network Settings
(p.17)
2 Transferring Images to an FTP Server
(p.31)
3 Remote Capture Using EOS Utility
(p.47)
4 Remote Capture Using WFT Server
(p.53)
5 Using the Transmitter as a Media Server (p.65)
6 Linked Shooting
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7 Managing Settings Information
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(p.69)
(p.83)
8 Synchronizing the Camera Time
(p.89)
9 Using Bluetooth GPS Devices
(p.93)
Basic Network Settings
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Complete the basic network settings by following the transmitter’s
connection instructions on the camera menu screen.
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Getting Ready
[FTP trans.], [EOSUtility], [WFTserver]
The connection instructions help you follow the steps to connect the transmitter to an existing
wireless or wired LAN.
To connect to a wireless LAN, prepare the wireless LAN terminal (wireless LAN access point or
wireless LAN adapter) and computer in advance so that they are ready for you to connect the
transmitter to the wireless network. When configuring the basic network settings, bring the
transmitter within 3 m / 9.8 ft. of the wireless LAN terminal.
To connect to a wired LAN, use a LAN cable to connect the transmitter and computer. Set the
transmitter for connection to the wired network.
Wireless transfer of movies
Individual movie files are large, and wireless file transfer takes some time. When setting up an
environment for stable transmission to the wireless LAN terminal, see the information on page
111.
[MediaServ.]
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Set up a DLNA*-compatible television, digital photo frame, or similar media player so that it is
ready for use after the transmitter is connected to its network.
* DLNA: Digital Living Network Alliance
[LinkedShot]
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Set up multiple cameras, including cameras with this transmitter attached and other cameras
compatible with linked shooting that have WFT units attached.
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Displaying the Connection Wizard
This section’s explanation follows the flow of the connection instructions. If an error is
displayed, see “Troubleshooting” in Chapter 10 (p.97) and check the settings.
Pressing the shutter button or other camera controls during configuration will cause the
connection instructions to close. Do not press the shutter button or other controls until
configuration is finished.
In the menu, set [Auto power off] to [Disable]. If auto power off is activated, the connection
instructions close during the configuration process.
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2
Turn on both the camera and
transmitter.
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Select [Network settings].
Display the transmitter menu.
On the camera, press the <7> button.
In the menu, select [Communication settings]
and press <0>.
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Select [Connection wizard].
X The [Select communication method] screen is
displayed.
X The <LAN> lamp on the transmitter starts blinking.
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Selecting the Communication Method and LAN Type
Selecting the Communication Method
Turn the <5> dial to select the communication
method, and then press <0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
• FTP trans.
Select this option to transfer captured images to an FTP server.
Images can be automatically transferred as you shoot them, or you can select images to be
transferred later.
Computer Operating Systems
Use of [FTP trans.] requires that one of the following operating systems be installed on your
computer. In addition, the computer must be set up as an FTP server in advance.
• Windows 7 (Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate Edition for 32- or 64-bit systems)
• Windows Vista (Business, Enterprise, or Ultimate Edition for 32- or 64-bit systems)
• Windows XP Professional
• Mac OS X 10.6 or 10.7
For instructions on setting up your computer as an FTP server, refer to the computer
documentation.
The following operating systems cannot be used because FTP server functionality is
not provided.
• Windows 7 Home Premium
• Windows Vista Home Premium/Home Basic Edition
• Windows XP Home Edition
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• EOSUtility
Select this option for remote capture over a wireless or wired LAN using the EOS Utility
software included with your camera.
In addition to remote capture, all camera operations in EOS Utility are supported. With this
option, a wireless or wired network is used instead of the USB cable.
Requires a computer with EOS Utility (software included with EOS digital cameras)
installed.
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Selecting the Communication Method and LAN Type
• WFTserver
Select this option for remote capture over a wireless or wired LAN with the transmitter acting as
a server.
Additionally, images on a memory card in the camera can be viewed and downloaded to a
computer.
The camera can be accessed in the same way as browsing a web page, by users at up to three
computers.
Computer Operating Systems
Any computer with a web browser can be used, regardless of the operating system.
Devices other than computers that feature a web browser can also be used. However, if the
web browser does not support JavaScript, WFT Server functions will be limited. Also note
that devices with limited performance may display images more slowly, and downloading
images to these devices may not be possible.
• MediaServ.
Select this option to view images on a memory card in the camera over a wireless or wired LAN
on a television.
This function requires a DLNA-compatible television, digital photo frame, or similar media
player.
• LinkedShot
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Select this option for linked shooting, using multiple cameras compatible with linked shooting
that have WFT units attached. Up to 10 slave cameras can be linked to the master camera on
which you will release the shutter. Note that there will be a slight delay after you release the
master camera shutter before the slave cameras shoot. Movie shooting is not supported.
For further instructions on [LinkedShot], see page 69 of this manual.
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Selecting the Communication Method and LAN Type
Selecting the LAN Type
For [LinkedShot] instructions, see page 69. Note that no information about [LinkedShot]
is given in this chapter.
Turn the <5> dial to select the type of LAN, and
then press <0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
Wireless LAN
The [Wireless LAN setup method] screen is
displayed.
[Connect with wizard]: See p.23
[WPS (PBC mode)]: See p.25
[WPS (PIN mode)]: See p.26
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Select [WPS (PBC mode)] or [WPS (PIN mode)]
when using a wireless LAN terminal compatible with
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS).
Wired LAN
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The [Network] settings screen is displayed. If you have selected a wired network, see page 27,
“Configuring Network Settings.”
Use a Category 5e or higher STP LAN cable. (STP: Shielded Twisted Pair)
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Using the Wizard to Establish a Connection
Selecting the Wireless Network
When you select [Connect with wizard], active wireless LAN terminals in your area are listed,
accompanied by their respective information. Select the SSID (or ESS-ID) of your desired
wireless LAN terminal.
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2 3
4
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Select [Connect with wizard].
2
Select the wireless LAN terminal.
Turn the <5> dial to select [Connect with
wizard], and then press <0>.
To select the wireless LAN terminal, press <0>.
Turn the <5> dial to select the wireless LAN
terminal, and then press <0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
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1 Indicates whether the device is in infrastructure or ad hoc mode
2 An icon is displayed if the wireless LAN terminal uses encrypted communication
3 Indicates the first 9 characters of the SSID
4 Indicates the channel used
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Encryption by Wireless LAN Terminals
If the wireless LAN terminal uses encrypted communication, select the corresponding method
in [Authentication] and [Encryption].
[Authentication]: Open system, Shared key, WPA-PSK, or WPA2-PSK
[Encryption]: WEP, TKIP, or AES
[Enter connection] and [Search again]
To configure settings for the wireless LAN terminal manually, select [Enter connection] and
press <0>. Complete the settings following the procedure displayed.
To search for wireless LAN terminals again, select [Search again] and press <0>.
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Using the Wizard to Establish a Connection
Entering the Wireless LAN Encryption Key
Enter the encryption key set for the wireless LAN terminal. For details on the encryption key,
refer to the device’s instruction manual.
Note that the screens displayed in steps 1 to 3 below vary depending on the authentication and
encryption of the wireless LAN terminal.
1
The [Key index] screen is displayed only if WEP
encryption is used by the wireless LAN terminal.
Turn the <5> dial to select the key index number
specified as the access point, and then press
<0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
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Turn the <5> dial to select the key format, and
then press <0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
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Enter the encryption key.
To switch between input areas, press the <Q>
button.
To move the cursor, turn the <5> dial.
In the bottom input area, turn the <5> dial and
press <0> to enter the encryption key.
If you make a mistake, press the <L> button to
erase it.
When you press the <7> button to complete
the connection with the wireless LAN terminal, the
[Network] screen (p.27) is displayed.
To return to the screen in step 2, press the
<6> button. The entry is canceled.
WPS Connections (PBC Mode)
This is a connection mode when using a wireless LAN terminal compatible with Wi-Fi Protected
Setup (WPS). Pushbutton Connection mode (PBC mode) makes it easy to establish a
connection between the camera and the wireless LAN terminal by pressing the WPS button on
the wireless LAN terminal.
Note that if multiple wireless LAN terminals are active in your area, it may be harder to establish
a connection. In this case, try using [WPS (PIN mode)] to establish a connection.
Confirm the position of the WPS button on the wireless LAN terminal in advance.
It may take about one minute to establish connection.
Connection may not be possible if stealth functions are enabled on the wireless LAN
terminal. Deactivate stealth functions.
1
Select [WPS (PBC mode)].
2
Establish a connection with the
wireless LAN terminal.
Turn the <5> dial to select [WPS (PBC mode)],
and then press <0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
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Press the WPS button on the wireless LAN
terminal. For details about where the button is
located and how long to press it, refer to the
instruction manual of the wireless LAN terminal.
Select [OK] and press <0> to establish a
connection with the wireless LAN terminal.
When the connection with the wireless LAN
terminal is established, the [Network] screen
(p.27) is displayed.
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WPS Connections (PIN Mode)
This is a connection mode when using a wireless LAN terminal compatible with Wi-Fi Protected
Setup (WPS). In PIN code connection mode (PIN mode), an 8-digit identification number
specified on the camera is set on the wireless LAN terminal to establish a connection.
Even if there are multiple wireless LAN terminals active in your area, this is a relatively reliable
method of establishing a connection using a shared identification number.
It may take about one minute to establish connection.
Connection may not be possible if stealth functions are enabled on the wireless LAN
terminal. Deactivate stealth functions.
1
Select [WPS (PIN mode)].
2
Specify the PIN code on the wireless
LAN terminal.
Turn the <5> dial to select [WPS (PIN mode)],
and then press <0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
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On the wireless LAN terminal, specify the 8-digit
PIN code shown on camera LCD monitor.
For instructions on setting PIN codes on the
wireless LAN terminal, refer to the instruction
manual of the wireless LAN terminal.
Select [OK] and press <0> to display the
confirmation screen.
Establish a connection with the
wireless LAN terminal.
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Select [OK] and press <0> to establish a
connection with the wireless LAN terminal.
When the connection with the wireless LAN
terminal is established, the [Network] screen
(p.27) is displayed.
Configuring Network Settings
Turn the <5> dial to select a configuration
method for the network settings, and then press
<0>.
Select [OK] and press <0> to go to the next
screen.
[Auto setting]
Settings otherwise configured with [Manual setting] can be configured automatically.
However, the IP address and similar settings must be automatically assigned and
configured in environments using DHCP servers or wireless LAN terminals or routers
supporting DHCP server functions.
If an error is displayed, select [Manual setting] regardless of whether the IP address and
similar settings are automatically assigned and configured.
[Manual setting]
The [IP address set.] screen is displayed after you select
[Manual setting]. If [Auto setting] results in an error, select
[Manual setting]. The IP address you enter must be the IP
address assigned to the camera.
Enter the [IP address], [Subnet mask], [Gateway], and
[DNS address] on each screen as they are displayed.
If you are not sure what to enter, see page 112, “Checking
Network Settings,” or ask the network administrator or
another person knowledgeable about the network.
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When entering numbers for the IP address, subnet mask,
and so on, press <0> to move the input position and turn
the <5> dial to enter the number.
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Configuring Network Settings
Completing Settings for the Communication Method
The following instructions are for setting screens that vary depending on the communication
method (FTP Transfer, EOS Utility, WFT Server, or Media Server), as shown below. Read the
page that describes the selected communication method.
FTP trans.
Chapter 2 (p.31)
EOSUtility
Chapter 3 (p.47)
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Windows 7 and Windows Vista Users
Before performing the operations described from page 47, perform the operations below. If these
operations are not performed, the WFT Pairing Software described on page 48 may not start.
Open the [C Drive] [Program Files] [Canon] [EOS Utility] [WFTPairing] folder (in this
order), and then double-click the [WFT FirewallSettings] icon.
After performing this operation, perform the operations described from page 47.
WFTserver
Chapter 4 (p.53)
MediaServ.
Chapter 5 (p.65)
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Configuring Network Settings
Virtual Keyboard Operation
The virtual keyboard is displayed when entering the encryption key, server name, and other
information.
Switching between input areas
To switch between input areas, press the <Q>
button.
Moving the cursor
To move the cursor, turn the <5> dial.
You can also move the cursor using <9>.
Entering text
In the bottom input area, turn the <5> dial to move
the cursor and press <0> to enter text.
You can also move the cursor using <9>.
You can check how many characters you have
entered by referring to [*/5] in the upper-right corner of
the screen.
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Deleting text
If you make a mistake, press the <L> button to erase
characters.
C
Confirming entries
Press the <7> button to confirm what you have
entered and go to the next screen.
Canceling entries
Press the <6> button to erase the entry and
return to the previous screen.
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30
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Transferring Images
to an FTP Server
Y
P
O
With FTP transfer, you can automatically transfer each image to the FTP
server as you shoot or transfer images in batches after shooting.
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Configuring FTP Communication Settings
These instructions are continued from Chapter 1.
1
Turn the <5> dial to select [Address setting],
and then press <0>.
2
If you set the DNS server setting to [Disable], the
screen on the left is displayed.
Press <0> to select the input position, and then
turn the <5> dial to enter the IP address of the
FTP server.
If you set the DNS server IP address setting to
[Auto assign] or [Manual setting], the screen on
the left is displayed.
For instructions on screen operations, see “Virtual
Keyboard Operation” (p.29).
Enter the FTP server’s server name or IP address.
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3
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In [Port number setting], enter 00021, in most
cases.
Turn the <5> dial to select [OK], and then press
<0> to go to the next screen.
4
Complete the [Passive mode] settings.
If an Error 41 (“Cannot connect to FTP server”) is
displayed in step 8, setting [Passive mode] to
[Enable] may resolve it.
5
Complete the [Proxy server] settings.
Turn the <5> dial to select [OK], and then press
<0> to go to the next screen.
Configuring FTP Communication Settings
6
Complete the [Login method] settings.
Turn the <5> dial to select [OK], and then press
<0> to go to the next screen.
7
Complete the [Target folder] settings.
Select [Root folder] to save images in the root
folder as specified in FTP server settings (p.86).
Select [Select folder] to specify a subfolder in the
root folder. If no folder exists, a folder will be
created automatically.
Turn the <5> dial to select [OK], and then press
<0> to connect to the FTP server.
8
On the confirmation screen displayed next, select
[OK] and press <0>.
X The <LAN> lamp lights up green.
Y
P
9 O
C
Press <0> and turn the <5> dial to select the
set number, and then press <0>.
Turn the <5> dial to select [OK], and then press
<0>. After the connection wizard closes, the
display will return to the menu screen.
Settings information is stored on the camera. It is
not stored on the transmitter.
The network settings for FTP transfer are now complete.
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Automatic Image Transfer After Each Shot
An image can be automatically transferred to the FTP server immediately after shooting. You
can continue still photo shooting while images are being transferred.
Before shooting, be sure to insert a memory card in the camera. If you shoot without recording
images, they will not be transferred.
Note that automatic transfer of movies is not supported. Transfer movies after shooting, as
described on pages 37-44.
1
Select [Communication settings].
2
3
Select [Network settings].
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Select [Set up].
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4
Select [Automatic transfer].
5
Select [Enable].
Take the picture.
X The captured images are transferred to the FTP
server.
During continuous shooting, images are transferred to the FTP server in the order they are captured.
The captured images are also stored on the memory card.
Any images for which transfer fails or is interrupted will be transferred automatically when the
connection is restored (p.36). These images can also be transferred in batches manually at a later
time (p.40).
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Automatic Image Transfer After Each Shot
Setting the Size or Type of Images to Transfer
With automatic transfer, you can select which images to transfer when recording images of
different sizes to CF and SD cards, or when recording both RAW and JPEG images.
1
Select [Communication settings].
2
3
Select [Network settings].
Select [Set up].
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4
C
Select [Transfer type/size].
5
Select the size and type of images to
transfer.
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Automatic Image Transfer After Each Shot
To transfer smaller JPEGs when the camera is set up to record larger JPEGs to one card
and smaller JPEGs to the other, set [JPEG size to trans.] to [Smaller JPEG].
To transfer either RAW or JPEG images when the camera is set up to record RAW images
to one card and JPEGs to the other, specify which images to transfer in the [RAW+JPEG
transfer] setting. Similarly, complete the same setting when RAW+JPEG images are
recorded simultaneously to a single memory card.
When images of the same size are recorded to both cards simultaneously, images recorded
to the CF card are transferred, regardless of image quality (compression).
Auto Retry if Transfer Fails
If transfer fails, an error number is displayed on the
transmitter’s LCD panel, and the <LAN> lamp blinks in
red.
In this case, see page 98 to eliminate the cause of the
error.
Once the cause of the error is eliminated, the images
whose transfer previously failed will be transferred
automatically. With this option activated, transfer is attempted again automatically after failure,
both when shooting with automatic transfer and when transferring captured images via FTP.
Note that when you cancel image transfer, or turn off the transmitter or camera, the image will
not be re-transferred automatically. See page 40 and transfer the image manually.
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Enabling LAN Power Management
In the menu, select [Communication settings] [Network settings] [Set up] [LAN power save].
When this option is set to [Enable], the transmitter will log off from the FTP server after
transfer and switch to standby mode. Wireless and wired connectivity will be restored
automatically when you attempt to transfer images, and the transmitter will reconnect to the
FTP server.
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Transferring Images Individually
Simply select an image and press <0> to transfer it. You can add a caption before transferring
the image. You can continue still photo shooting even while images are being transferred.
Transferring the Current Image
1
Select [Communication settings].
2
3
Select [Network settings].
Select [Set up].
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4
Select [Transfer with SET].
5
Select the image.
Select [Enable].
Press the <x> button on the camera.
Select the image to transfer, and then press <0>
to transfer the image.
Movies cannot be transferred with this
function. If you select a movie and press <0>,
the movie playback panel will be displayed.
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Transferring Images Individually
Adding a Caption Before Transfer
You can add a registered caption to each image before transfer. This is convenient if you want
to inform the recipient of the quantity to print, for example. The caption is also added to images
stored on the camera.
For instructions on creating and registering captions, see page 114.
You can check the captions added to images in the user comments included in the Exif
information.
1
2
Take the picture.
3
4
Select [Network settings].
Select [Communication settings].
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Y
P
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Select [Transfer with caption].
X The last captured image is displayed.
It is not possible to select other images on the
[Transfer with caption] screen. To select another
image for transfer with a caption, play back that
image before following these steps.
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Transferring Images Individually
5
Select a caption.
6
Transfer the image.
Turn the <5> dial to select the [Caption] box,
and then press <0>.
Turn the <5> dial to select the caption content,
and then press <0>.
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Turn the <5> dial to select [Transfer], and then
press <0>.
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P
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Batch Transfer
After shooting, you can select multiple images as desired and transfer them all at once. You
can transfer unsent images or images whose transfer failed previously.
You can continue still photo shooting even while images are being transferred.
Selecting Images to Transfer
1
In the menu, select [Image transfer].
2
Select [Image sel./transfer].
3
Select [Sel.Image].
4
Select images to transfer.
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P
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X An image is displayed.
C
Press <0> and turn the <5> dial to display <X>
in the upper left corner of the images to transfer.
Press <0> to confirm your selection.
You can select up to 9,999 images.
To display three images per screen, hold the <u>
button and turn the <6> dial left. To display one
image per screen, hold the <u> button and turn
the <6> dial right.
After selecting images to transfer, press the
<7> button.
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Batch Transfer
5
Transfer the images.
Select [Direct transfer].
Select [OK] on the confirmation screen displayed
next.
X A transfer progress screen is displayed.
[RAW+JPEG transfer] Options
Selecting [RAW+JPEG transfer] in step 2 on the
preceding page will give you the option of transferring
RAW images, JPEG images, or both types of images.
The options will be the same whether you specify
[Sel. Image], [Sel. n], or [All image] as the image
selection method.
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Menu Operation During Image Transfer
You can use the menu even during image transfer. However, to prevent transfer problems,
some menu items are unavailable during transfer, such as [Network settings], [Protect
images], [Erase images], [Format card], and [Record func+card/folder sel.].
If you shoot a movie during the image transfer of captured images, the image transfer will be
temporary cancelled during movie shooting.
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Batch Transfer
Batch Transfer of Images in a Folder
1
In the menu, select [Image transfer].
2
3
Select [Image sel./transfer].
4
Select [Folder images not transfer’d].
5
Select a folder.
Select [Sel.n].
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42
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To transfer images whose transfer previously
failed, select [Folder images failed transf.].
Batch Transfer
6
Transfer the images.
Select [Direct transfer].
Select [OK] on the confirmation screen displayed
next.
X A transfer progress screen is displayed.
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P
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Selecting [Clear folder transf. history] will set the transfer history of images in the selected folder to
“unsent.” This enables you to resend all the images in the folder later by selecting [Folder images not
transfer’d].
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Batch Transfer
Batch Transfer of Images on Memory Cards
1
In the menu, select [Image transfer].
2
3
Select [Image sel./transfer].
4
Select [Card images not transferred].
5
Transfer the images.
Select [All image].
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To transfer images whose transfer previously
failed, select [Card images failed transfer].
Select [Direct transfer].
Select [OK] on the confirmation screen displayed
next.
X A transfer progress screen is displayed.
Selecting [Clear card’s transf. history] will set the transfer history of images on the memory card to
“unsent.” This enables you to resend all the images on the card later by selecting [Card images not
transferred].
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Checking Image Transfer History
Checking the Transfer History of Individual Images
To check the transfer history in [Image sel./transfer], select [Sel.Image].
Image not selected for transfer (no
mark)
Image selected for transfer
Image whose transfer failed
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Image already transferred
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Checking the Transfer History of Memory Cards
On the [Image sel./transfer] screen, you can check
the number of images to be transferred as well as the
transfer history of images in the memory card.
Specifically, you can check the number of images
classified as [Images failed trans.] and [Images
transferred].
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Remote Capture
Using EOS Utility
Y
P
O
You can use EOS Utility to shoot remotely over a wireless or wired LAN.
As a wireless or wired network is used instead of the USB cable, all camera
operations in EOS Utility are supported, in addition to remote capture.
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The WFT-E7 wired or wireless LAN functions cannot be used with the Mac version of EOS
Utility (as of November 2011).
Check the Canon website for the latest system requirements, including supported OS
versions.
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Configuring EOS Utility Communication Settings
These instructions are continued from Chapter 1.
With EOS Utility, you can use the included WFT Pairing Software to establish a connection
between the transmitter and a computer.
WFT Pairing Software is installed automatically during easy installation of the software
provided with the camera. If it is not installed, install it on the computer that will communicate
with the transmitter before this procedure.
The configuration procedure below uses Windows 7 as an example.
First, the pairing screen is displayed.
Turn the <5> dial to select [OK]. When you press
<0>, the following message is displayed. ******
represents the last six digits of the MAC address of
the transmitter you are connecting.
1
2
C
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Start the pairing software.
Normally, it is installed in the same location as
EOS Utility.
X When the pairing software starts up, an icon is
displayed in the task bar.
X When the camera is detected, a message is
displayed.
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Configuring EOS Utility Communication Settings
3
Double-click the pairing software icon.
X Detected cameras are listed. If a camera is
already connected, it is not displayed in the list.
Click [Connect].
If multiple cameras are displayed, identify the
camera to connect to by its [MAC address] or [IP
address].
You can check the [MAC address] and [IP
address] by accessing [Confirm settings] in the
menu (p.84).
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C
When the camera detects the computer on which
you clicked [Connect] in step 3, the message on
the left is displayed.
Turn the <5> dial to select [OK], and then press
<0>.
5
Press <0> and turn the <5> dial to select the
set number, and then press <0>.
After you turn the <5> dial to select [OK] and
press <0>, the connection wizard closes and
EOS Utility starts up.
X The <LAN> lamp on the transmitter lights up green.
Settings information is stored on the camera. It is
not stored on the transmitter.
The EOS Utility network settings are now complete.
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Configuring EOS Utility Communication Settings
There is no need to complete pairing again if you continue using a particular camera,
transmitter, and computer together after pairing without changing the settings.
When using this function the next time, simply turn on the camera to which the transmitter is
attached and start the pairing software. The connection between the camera and computer
will be established automatically.
You can add the pairing software to the software launched at startup of your computer. In
the [Preferences] [Basic Settings] tab in EOS Utility, select [… Add WFT Pairing
Software to the Startup folder].
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Using EOS Utility
For EOS Utility instructions, refer to the Software Instruction Manual (PDF). You can take full
advantage of EOS Utility via the transmitter just as via a USB connection, without restrictions.
C
Y
P
O
In Remote Live View shooting, the rate of image transmission is slower than via USB. The motion of
moving subjects cannot be displayed smoothly.
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P
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Remote Capture
Using WFT Server
Y
P
O
Using a web browser, you can view images recorded on a memory card in
the camera and download them to a computer.
Additionally, you can shoot remotely over a wireless or wired LAN. Note that
bulb, mirror lockup, and movie shooting are not supported.
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Configuring WFT Server Communication Settings
These instructions are continued from Chapter 1.
Press <0> and turn the <5> dial to select the
set number, and then press <0>.
Press <0> again. After the connection wizard
closes, the display will return to the menu screen.
X The <LAN> lamp on the transmitter lights up green.
Settings information is stored on the camera. It is
not stored on the transmitter.
Setting up an Account
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P
O
Enter a login name and password to access the camera from a computer. The login name and
password you specify here are used on the computer when connecting to the camera.
1
C
2
54
Turn the <5> dial to select [Set up], and then
press <0>.
Turn the <5> dial to select [WFT server
settings], and then press <0>.
Configuring WFT Server Communication Settings
3
Turn the <5> dial to select [WFT account], and
then press <0>.
When changing the port number, turn the <5>
dial to select [Port number] and press <0>. Note
that there is normally no need to change the port
number (80).
4
Select a user number.
With WFT Server, you can connect the camera to
up to three computers. Here, select a user number
to prevent conflicts when users at other computers
are connected to the transmitter simultaneously.
Turn the <5> dial to select [User *], and then
press <0>.
5
After you select [Login name] and [Password],
the following input screen is displayed.
For instructions on input screen operations, see
“Virtual Keyboard Operation” (p.29).
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Y
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The WFT Server network settings are now complete.
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Displaying WFT Server
In the web browser, display WFT Server, a screen for transmitter operations. Make sure you
have already established a connection between the camera and computer.
1
2
3
Start the web browser.
First, start Internet Explorer or another web
browser.
Enter the URL.
In the address bar, enter the IP address assigned
to the camera.
Press the <Enter> key.
Enter the [Login name] and [Password].
Enter the login name and password as specified in
the procedure on page 55. Click [OK] to display
the WFT Server screen.
Web browsers that support JavaScript will display
the screen on the lower left in step 4.
Otherwise, a message is displayed when
JavaScript is not supported. Choosing not to use
JavaScript will display the screen on the lower
right in step 4, with limited functions.
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Select the language.
Select a language at the bottom of the screen.
JavaScript supported
JavaScript not supported
If you don’t know the URL (IP address)
You can check the URL (IP address) by accessing [Confirm settings] in the menu (p.84).
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Viewing Images
You can browse the images recorded on the camera’s memory card.
1
Click [Viewer].
2
Select the memory card.
X The image viewing screen is displayed.
Click [CF] or [SD].
Click the [DCIM] folder and select the folder
containing the images.
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3
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Select an image.
To view another image, click the <
>
buttons or jump to other pages.
In JavaScript-compatible web browsers, you can
specify how many thumbnails are shown per
screen by clicking the pull-down list in the upperright corner of the screen.
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Viewing Images
4
Download images to the computer.
Click a thumbnail.
X The image is displayed at a larger size.
To download the image to your computer, click
<
>.
Click [Return] to return to the image viewing
screen.
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P
O
Although actual RAW images and movies are not displayed here, they can be downloaded to
the computer in the same way as JPEG images.
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Remote Capture [Camera control]
Set up the camera for Live View shooting beforehand. Note that remote capture of
movies is not supported.
For web browsers that do not support JavaScript, see page 63, “Remote Capture”.
1
Click [Camera control].
X The advanced capture screen is displayed.
①② ③ ④
⑲
⑤⑥
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⑫
⑬
⑭
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⑯
⑰
⑦
⑧
⑨
⑩
⑪
⑮
⑱
①
Battery check
⑪
Quality
②
Drive mode
⑫
Shooting mode
③
Number of possible shots
⑬
White balance
④
AF mode
⑭
Metering mode
⑤
Release button
⑮
Menu
⑥
AF/MF switch
⑯
Live View shooting button
⑦
Shutter speed
⑰
Manual focus button
⑧
Aperture
⑱
Live View image size switching button
⑨
ISO speed
⑲
Live View image screen
⑩
Exposure compensation
* Items that cannot be set via WFT Server are shaded on the screen.
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Remote Capture [Camera control]
⑯
⑱
2
Set the lens focus mode switch to
<f>.
3
Display the Live View image.
Click the release button (⑤). When you let go of
the button, the camera autofocuses and the
picture is taken.
With One-Shot AF, the picture is not taken if focus
is not achieved. Display the Live View image and
focus manually as described in the next steps.
Click the Live View shooting button (⑯).
X The AF/MF switch (⑥) is set to <g>, and the
Live View image is displayed.
If the Live View image is not displayed, enable
Live View shooting in the menu (⑮).
To make the Live View image display more
responsive, click the Live View image size
switching button (⑱). The Live View image will be
displayed at a smaller size, improving
responsiveness. To restore the original size, click
the button again.
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Manually adjust the focus.
Click the buttons <
>, <
>, <
>, <
>,
<
>, and <
> to adjust the focus. Note that
autofocus is not supported during the Live View
image display.
To focus more closely, click <
>, <
>, or
<
>. To focus farther away, click <
>,
<
>, or <
>.
Three levels of focus adjustment are available.
<
><
> : Largest increment
<
><
> : Intermediate increment
<
><
> : Smallest increment
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Remote Capture [Camera control]
5
Configure the shooting functions.
6
Take the picture.
Click items such as quality to view and configure
their settings.
Complete the settings as needed.
Click the release button (⑤). When you let go of
the button, the picture is taken.
X The captured image will be displayed.
Captured images are stored on the camera’s
memory card.
To download images to your computer, see page
57, and use the [Viewer] function.
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The Live View image may freeze when shooting if the camera is accessed by multiple computers.
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Remote Capture [Simple control]
Set up the camera for Live View shooting beforehand. Note that remote capture of
movies is not supported.
For web browsers that do not support JavaScript, see page 63, “Remote Capture.”
1
Click [Simple control].
X The basic capture screen and the Live View image
are displayed.
Live View image screen
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Manual focus button
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Release button
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<
<
><
><
><
><
>: Focuses closer
>: Focuses farther away
Levels of focus adjustment
<
<
<
><
><
><
>
>
> : Largest increment
: Intermediate increment
: Smallest increment
2
Manually adjust the focus.
3
Take the picture.
Set the lens focus mode switch to <f>.
Click the buttons <
>, <
>, <
>, <
<
>, and <
> to adjust the focus.
>,
Click the release button. When you let go of the
button, the picture is taken.
X The captured image will be displayed.
Captured images are stored on the camera’s
memory card.
To download images to your computer, see page
57, and use the [Viewer] function.
Remote Capture
The following instructions are for remote capture with web browsers that do not support
JavaScript.
Set up the camera for Live View shooting beforehand. Note that remote capture of
movies is not supported.
Screen
Release button
1
Click [Capture].
2
Take the picture.
X The capture screen is displayed.
The Live View image is not displayed.
Set the lens focus mode switch to <g>. Adjust
the focus on the camera.
Click the release button. When you let go of the
button, the picture is taken.
X The captured image will be displayed.
Captured images are stored on the camera’s
memory card.
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3
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O
Download images to the computer.
Click the image.
X The image is displayed at a larger size.
To download the image to your computer, click
<
>.
Click [Return] to return to the capture screen.
Although actual RAW images are not displayed here, they can be downloaded to the computer
in the same way as JPEG images.
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Using WFT Server in Linked Shooting
Remote Capture in WFT Server can be used in combination with the transmitter’s “Linked
Shooting” function (p.74). Additionally, you can view and download images recorded on the
master or slave camera’s memory cards.
Linked Shooting
Slave camera
Slave camera
Slave camera
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Master camera
WFT Server
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Slave camera
Using the Transmitter
as a Media Server
Y
P
O
Images on a memory card in the camera can be viewed over a wireless or
wired LAN on a television.
This function requires a DLNA*-compatible television, digital photo frame, or
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similar media player. (Subsequently, this equipment is collectively referred
to as the media player.)
* DLNA: Digital Living Network Alliance
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Configuring Media Server Communication Settings
These instructions are continued from Chapter 1.
Press <0> and turn the <5> dial to select the
set number, and then press <0>.
Press <0> again. After the connection wizard
closes, the display will return to the menu screen.
X The <LAN> lamp on the transmitter lights up green.
The information you specified is stored on the
camera. It is not stored on the transmitter.
The media server network settings are now complete.
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Displaying Captured Images on a Television
Operate the media player controls to display images recorded on the camera’s memory card on
a television. Note that RAW images and movies cannot be displayed.
The following operations are performed on the media player. For details, refer to the instruction
manual for the media player.
1
Display the media player setting screen
on your television.
Using the media player functions, display the
EOS**> (media server) icon on the television.
<
A different icon may be displayed, depending on
the media player. In that case, locate the icon
labeled EOS**.
EOS**
EOS **
CF
02/28/2012
2
Select the <
icon.
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100EOS**
02/28/2012
EOS**> (media server)
Selecting the <
EOS**> icon will display an icon
of the memory card. After you select this icon, you
can select folders and images.
Select an image to display it at a larger size on the
television. For details, refer to the instruction
manual for the media player.
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1-100
02/28/2012
IMG_0001.JPG
02/28/2012
IMG_0002.JPG
IMG_0003.JPG
Information overlay and details displayed on the television vary depending on the media player.
Note that depending on the media player, image information may not be displayed.
Icons labeled 1-100 (for example) contain images grouped by file number in the selected folder
(***EOS**).
Date information shown for images is based on the Exif information attached to the images.
Date information shown for memory cards or folders may be the current date set on the camera.
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Linked Shooting
Y
P
O
With linked shooting, up to 10 slave cameras can be linked in a wireless
network to the master camera on which you will release the shutter.
Note that there will be a slight delay after you release the master camera
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shutter until the slave camera shutters are released. Movie shooting is not
supported.
Slave camera
Master camera
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Preparing Slave Cameras
After setting up the slave cameras as described on this page, follow the steps on the next page
for basic linked shooting. For instructions to view or download to your computer the images
stored on cameras, see page 74.
1
Select [Communication settings].
2
3
Select [Network settings].
4
Select [LinkedShot].
5
Set up the slave cameras.
Select [Connection wizard].
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Select [Slave].
X The slave cameras are now ready, with the
following screen displayed.
When using multiple slave cameras, set up all
slave cameras to slave state.
Once the settings are complete, slaves cannot be
added or removed. You must repeat the setup
process from step 1.
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Basic Linked Shooting
Shoot with the master camera linked to slave cameras as follows.
1
Set up the master camera.
2
Select [Auto connect].
3
Set up the slave cameras.
Configure the settings on the master camera
following steps 1-3 on the preceding page, and
then select [Master].
For [Manual connect] instructions, see page 75.
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4
C
On the slave cameras, select [OK].
Check the number of slave cameras.
X On the master camera LCD monitor, the number of
slave cameras detected is displayed.
5
Establish the connection.
On the master camera and all slave cameras,
select [OK].
X A screen confirming the connection of the camera
is displayed.
Settings information is stored on the cameras. It is
not stored on the transmitters.
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Positioning the Slave Cameras
Slave camera
Slave camera
Slave camera
Slave camera
Y
P
O
Master camera
C
Position the slave cameras in clear view of the master camera, without objects between
them.
You can position master camera in an overall circumference of up to approximately 100 m /
328 ft. However, the distance supported for linked shooting may be shorter depending on
the wireless communication conditions, which are affected by how the cameras are
positioned, the environment of use, and weather conditions.
Pressing the shutter button halfway on the master camera puts slave cameras in the same
state, as if the shutter buttons were pressed halfway. Similarly, fully pressing the shutter
button on the master camera has the same effect on slave cameras, which respond as if the
shutter buttons were fully pressed.
There will be a slight delay after you release the master camera shutter until the slave
camera shutters are released. (Simultaneous capture is not possible.)
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Positioning the Slave Cameras
Do not use multiple flash units. Although slight, there is a difference in the shutter release timing
which may cause out-of-sync flash firing and inadequate exposure.
Linked shooting is not possible when master and slave cameras are set to [Mirror lockup]
[Enable] or [Enable:Mirror down w/ s].
During linked shooting, when you press the AE lock or depth-of-field preview button, the camera
adjusts the focus and meters as if you had pressed the shutter button halfway.
Once you have established a connection between the master camera and slave cameras, the
settings are retained even after you replace the batteries.
If you will no longer use a slave camera in linked shooting, set [Communication mode] to
[Disconnect] on that slave camera.
Any cameras compatible with linked shooting, when they have WFT series transmitters attached,
can be used as slave cameras, regardless of model.
C
Y
P
O
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Using the Transmitter with WFT Server
Using WFT Server, you can shoot remotely with a master camera linked to slave cameras that
will shoot at the same time. WFT Server can also be used to access master or slave cameras
for the Live View display, and you can adjust the focus and configure remote capture settings
as needed.
Additionally, images on the camera’s memory cards can be viewed and downloaded.
Linked Shooting
Slave camera
Slave camera
Slave camera
C
Y
P
O
Master camera
WFT Server
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Slave camera
Using the Transmitter with WFT Server
Connect the Master and Slave Cameras
1
2
Set up the slave cameras.
3
Select [Manual connect].
4
Select the connection mode.
5
Specify the channel.
Set up the slave cameras as described on page 70.
Set up the master camera.
Complete settings on the master camera following
steps 1–3 on page 70, and then select [Master].
C
Y
P
O
Select the wireless LAN ad hoc mode supported
by the computer.
When selecting [Manual setting], specify the
same channel on the master camera, slave
cameras, and computer.
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Using the Transmitter with WFT Server
6
Enter the encryption key.
7
Switch to setting up the slave cameras.
8
Check the number of slave cameras.
Enter a 5-digit encryption (WEP) key and press the
<7> button.
The key entered here will be saved on the
computer and used to access the master camera
from the computer.
X On the slave cameras, select [OK].
X On the master camera LCD monitor, the number of
slave cameras detected is displayed.
Y
9 OP
C
Establish the connection.
On the master camera and all slave cameras,
select [OK].
X A screen confirming the connection of the camera
is displayed.
Settings information is stored on the cameras. It is
not stored on the transmitters.
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Using the Transmitter with WFT Server
Check the Camera Settings
Check the network settings on the master and slave cameras as follows. Note that without a
good understanding of these settings, you cannot access the cameras from a computer.
1
On the master camera, select
[Communication settings].
2
Select [Network settings].
3
Select [Set up].
Y
P
4C O
Select [Confirm settings].
X The settings are displayed.
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Using the Transmitter with WFT Server
5
Check the settings.
6
Check the slave camera settings.
Turn the <5> dial to display other screens.
Write down the IP address and SSID.
C
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Check network settings on the slave cameras in
the same way as you checked the master camera
settings.
Write down the IP address of all slave cameras.
Each camera has a different address.
The SSID will be the same as the master camera
SSID.
Y
P
O
Using the Transmitter with WFT Server
Configure WFT Server Communication Settings
Enter a login name and password for accessing WFT Server on cameras from a computer.
Although you can specify different login names and passwords for each camera, it is also
possible to use the same information for all cameras.
1
On the master camera, select
[Communication settings].
2
Select [Network settings].
3
Select [Set up].
C
Y
P
O
4
Select [WFT server settings].
5
Select [WFT account].
Note that there is normally no need to change
[Port number].
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Using the Transmitter with WFT Server
6
Select a user number.
7
Complete the [Login name] and
[Password] settings.
WFT Server can accept connections from up to
three computers per camera. Select a user
number to prevent conflicts when users at other
computers are connected to the transmitter at the
same time.
After you select [Login name] and [Password],
the following input screen is displayed.
For instructions on input screen operations, see
“Virtual Keyboard Operation” (p.29).
Y
P
O
IP Addresses Assigned to Computers
IP addresses assigned to cameras end in 1–11, as in 192.168.1.1–192.168.1.11.
For this reason, assign computer IP addresses that end in a number higher than 11, as in
192.168.1.12.
C
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Using the Transmitter with WFT Server
Access the Cameras from the Computer
To access the cameras from the computer, use the computer’s standard search function to
detect wireless LAN terminals. For details, refer to the computer instruction manual.
1
From the computer, find cameras on the
network.
2
Connect to a camera.
Use built-in searching on the computer to detect
wireless LAN terminals.
Select a device with the same ID as the SSID you
wrote down in steps 5 and 6 on page 78.
After the computer requests an encryption (WEP)
key, enter the key set in step 6 on page 76.
X The computer is now connected to the camera.
Display WFT Server
1
2
C
3
Y
P
O
Start a web browser on the computer.
First, start Internet Explorer or another web
browser.
Select the camera to connect to.
Enter the IP address you wrote down in steps 5
and 6 on page 78.
X The browser now connects to the camera with the
IP address you entered.
To access a different camera, change the IP
address in this step.
Complete the [Login name] and
[Password] settings.
Enter the [Login name] and [Password] as
specified in the procedure on page 80. Click [OK]
to display the WFT Server screen.
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Using the Transmitter with WFT Server
4
Select the language.
Select a language on the bottom of the screen.
Web browsers that support JavaScript will display
the screen on the left.
A message is displayed when JavaScript is not
supported. Selecting not to use JavaScript will
display the screen on the right, with limited
functions.
Y
P
O
View Images on the Camera
C
See “Viewing Images” on page 57.
Images on camera memory cards can be viewed and downloaded. To switch cameras,
enter the IP address of the master or slave camera in the web browser.
Shoot Remotely
See “Remote Capture [Camera control]” on page 59. Remote capture as described on
pages 62 and 63 is also possible.
To switch cameras, enter the IP address of the master or slave camera in the web browser.
You can access slave cameras, adjust the focus and configure shooting functions, and then
use the master camera for linked shooting.
When shooting remotely with linked shooting, access the master camera. If you connect to a
slave camera, only that slave camera will shoot, without linked shooting.
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Managing
Settings Information
C
Y
P
O
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Checking Settings
Check the network settings as follows.
1
In [Network settings], select [Set up].
2
Select [Confirm settings].
X The settings are displayed.
Example of FTP transfer and wired LAN settings
C
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Example of FTP transfer and wireless LAN settings
Y
P
O
Changing Settings
Settings originally completed using the connection wizard can be changed as follows. You can
also change IP security settings (IPsec) not completed using the connection wizard, as well as
other settings, such as the setting that determines what happens if an image of the same file
name as an existing file is sent to the FTP server (p.86).
1
In [Network settings], select [Set up].
2
Select [LAN settings].
3
Select the settings number.
4
Select [Change].
5
Select the item to change.
C
Y
P
O
Here, select the settings number under which you
saved LAN settings.
If you select [Change settings name], you can
rename and change the settings.
Select the desired item from [LAN type], [TCP/IP],
[FTP server], or [Wireless LAN], and change the
setting.
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Changing Settings
IP Security (IPsec)
Configured in [TCP/IP] [Security].
IPsec is a set of standards for encrypted communication over the Internet. It provides effective
security for both wireless and wired LANs. To use this function, you must enable IPsec in the
network settings of your computer. When IPsec is employed, only transport mode is supported,
and 3DES or AES encryption and SHA1 authentication are used. Note that the IP address of
the computer for communication with the transmitter must be entered in [Destination address]
on the settings screen.
Directory Structure of the Target Folder
Configured in [FTP server] [Directory structure].
Selecting [Camera] automatically creates a folder structure matching that of the camera’s (such
as A/DCIM/100EOS**) in the server’s root folder for image storage. If you have created a
subfolder in the root folder by changing the [Target folder] setting, a folder structure such as A/
DCIM/100EOS** is automatically created in that folder for image storage.
Selecting [Default] will use the root folder for image storage. If you have created a subfolder in
the root folder by changing the [Target folder] setting, images are saved in that folder.
Y
P
O
Overwriting Files of the Same Name
Configured in [FTP server] [Overwrite same file].
When the transmitter is configured to prevent overwriting
C
If there is already a file of the same name in the target folder on the FTP server, a suffix
consisting of an underscore and a number is appended to the new file’s name. For example:
IMG_0003_1.JPG.
When you resend images if initial transfer fails
Even if the transmitter is configured to overwrite files of the same name, if you resend an image
file that could not be transferred initially, the existing file may not be overwritten in some cases.
If this happens, a suffix consisting of an underscore, a letter, and a number is appended to the
new file’s name. For example: IMG_0003_a1.JPG.
Passive Mode
Configured in [FTP server] [Passive mode].
Enable this setting in network environments protected by a firewall. If an Error 41 occurs
(“Cannot connect to FTP server”), setting passive mode to [Enable] may enable access to the
FTP server.
Preventing Changes to Settings
To prevent accidental changes to LAN settings, set [Protect
settings] to [On].
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Saving and Loading Settings
Network settings can be saved on a memory card for use with other cameras.
Saving Settings
1
In [Network settings], select [Set up].
2
Select [LAN settings].
3
Select the settings number.
Y
P
O
Here, select the settings number under which you
saved LAN settings.
C
4
Select [Change].
5
Select [Save settings].
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Saving and Loading Settings
6
Select [Save].
X The settings are now saved as a file on the
memory card.
The settings are saved as a file (WFTNPF**.NIF)
in the area of the memory card shown when the
card is opened (in the root directory).
The file name is determined automatically by the
camera: WFTNPF, followed by a number (01 to
99) and the extension NIF. You can rename the file
as desired by selecting [Change file name].
Loading Settings
Load settings files stored on a memory card as follows. Also use this procedure when loading
settings files created on a computer.
Make sure the settings file is saved in the folder shown when the memory card is opened (that
is, the root directory).
1
Y
P
O
Select [Load settings].
2C
Select the settings file.
X Select a settings file that matches your network
environment.
3
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Load the settings file.
X Information from the settings file is loaded into the
selected settings number.
Synchronizing the
Camera Time
Y
P
O
Set the master camera time on up to 10 slave cameras, as needed.
Synchronization can be done over a wireless or wired connection. Note that
even after synchronization, there will be a slight margin of error between
master and slave camera time of ±0.05 seconds, at most.
C
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Preparing for Time Synchronization
Wireless LAN
Set up multiple cameras with transmitters attached.
Slave camera
Master camera
Wired LAN
Slave camera
Y
P
O
Use a LAN cable to connect cameras with transmitters attached. When there are multiple slave
cameras, connect them to a hub with LAN cables, and connect the hub to the master camera
with a LAN cable.
Slave camera
LAN
cable
C
Slave camera
Hub
Master camera
LAN cable
Master camera
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Synchronizing the Time
Steps 1–5 are the same on master and slave cameras.
1
In the menu, select [Communication
settings].
2
Select [Network settings].
3
Set [Communication mode] to
[Disconnect].
Y
P
O
Once [Communication mode] is set to
[Disconnect], you can select [Sync time between
cameras].
C
4
Select [Sync time between cameras].
5
Select [LAN Type].
X Select [OK] on the next screen displayed, shown
below.
After selecting [Wireless] or [Wired], select [OK].
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Synchronizing the Time
6
Set up the master camera.
7
Set up the slave cameras.
After configuring the master camera settings
following steps 1–5 on the preceding page, select
[Master].
X When the next screen is displayed, the master
camera is ready. Go to step 7 to set up the slave
cameras.
After configuring the slave camera settings
following steps 1–5 on the preceding page, select
[Slave].
X Select [OK] on the next screen displayed, shown
below.
C
8
Y
P
O
To set the time on multiple slave cameras, follow
these steps on each slave camera. The master
camera screen shown in step 8 indicates the
number of slave cameras.
On the master camera, select [OK].
Check the number of slave cameras, and then
select [OK].
X The time on slave cameras is now synchronized to
the master camera time.
Select [OK] to return to the [Network settings]
screen.
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Using Bluetooth GPS
Devices
Y
P
O
Information including the latitude, longitude, elevation, and date and time
can be obtained from commercially-available GPS devices connected via
Bluetooth and added to images. The additional information can be checked
on the camera as well as by using commercially-available GPS-compatible
mapping software.
C
For a list of specific GPS devices supported, contact the Canon Service
Center.
For the GPS device instructions, refer to the device’s instruction manual or contact
the manufacturer.
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Connecting GPS Devices via Bluetooth
1
In the menu, select [Communication
settings].
2
Select [Bluetooth device connection].
3
Once [Communication func] is set to [Enable],
you can select [Bluetooth device connection].
X Press <0> when the next screen shown below is
displayed.
Select the GPS device.
C
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Y
P
O
Nearby active Bluetooth® devices are listed.
Turn the <5> dial to select the GPS device, and
then press <0>.
Select [OK] and press <0>.
If a Bluetooth® password has been set on the
GPS device, a password input screen is displayed.
Enter the password.
X The connection between the transmitter and the
GPS device starts.
It may take a few minutes to establish the
connection with the GPS device.
Camera operations such as shooting, menu
display, or image playback are not possible
until the connection is established.
Connecting GPS Devices via Bluetooth
4
When the confirmation message is
displayed, select [OK].
The GPS connection status changes to
[Connected]. Pressing <0> under these
conditions will enable you to disconnect the GPS
device.
While the Bluetooth connection is active, <s> is
displayed on the transmitter’s LCD panel and
<r> is displayed on the camera’s LCD panel.
5
6
Confirm operation of the GPS device.
Make sure the GPS device has determined the
current location.
Take the picture.
C
7
Y
P
O
After confirming that <r> is shown on the
camera’s LCD panel, shoot when ready.
If the <r> icon is blinking when you shoot,
accurate GPS data will not be added to images.
Check the GPS data.
Play back the image in single image display.
Press the <6> button to display the shooting
information screen with GPS data.
From top to bottom: latitude, longitude,
altitude, and Coordinated Universal Time
When the camera’s power is turned off and on or when it wakes up from auto power off, do not shoot
until the <r> icon remains displayed. If you shoot while the icon is blinking, the correct GPS
information may not be added to images.
The date and time indicated is the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) as obtained by the GPS device,
which is nearly the same as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). In some cases, the date and time of the
zone specified on the GPS device is indicated.
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Connecting GPS Devices via Bluetooth
Canceling the Bluetooth Connection
The Bluetooth connection with the GPS device will not be terminated if you simply turn off the
camera. To cancel the connection, follow these steps.
1
In the menu, select [Communication
settings].
2
Select [Bluetooth device connection].
3
Select [OK].
X Press <0> when the next screen shown below is
displayed.
Y
P
O
X The Bluetooth connection is canceled.
C
Select [OK] to return to the [Bluetooth device
connection] screen.
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Troubleshooting
C
Y
P
O
Transfer speed in ad hoc mode may become extremely slow when the transmitter is used
with certain types of computer. For more information, contact your dealer or nearest Canon
Service Center.
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Handling Error Messages
If transmitter errors are displayed on the camera LCD monitor, refer to the examples of
corrective actions in this section to eliminate the cause of the error. When an error has
occurred, the <LAN> lamp on the transmitter blinks and the error number is shown on the LCD
panel. The error details can also be checked in the menu, [WFT settings] [Error
description].
Click the error number in the following chart to jump to the corresponding page.
11 (p.99)
12 (p.99)
21 (p.99)
22 (p.100)
23 (p.100)
24 (p.101)
25 (p.102)
41 (p.103)
42 (p.104)
43 (p.104)
44 (p.104)
45 (p.105)
46 (p.105)
47 (p.106)
51 (p.106)
52 (p.106)
53 (p.106)
54 (p.106)
61 (p.107)
62 (p.107)
63 (p.108)
64 (p.108)
66 (p.109)
67 (p.109)
68 (p.109)
69 (p.109)
71 (p.110)
72 (p.110)
73 (p.110)
26 (p.102)
81 (p.110)
91 (p.110)
65 (p.108)
Y
P
O
When the error below is displayed
When “ERROR 01” is displayed on the WFT-E7 LCD panel,
firmly reconnect the camera and the WFT-E7 with the
interface cable.
C
* This error is not displayed on the camera LCD monitor.
* This error is also displayed when the WFT-E7 is connected to a camera not compatible with
the WFT-E7.
If [Waiting to retry transfer…] is displayed
If image transfer via FTP fails after shooting, the
screen on the left is displayed. Also, an error number
is displayed on the transmitter’s LCD panel, and the
<LAN> lamp blinks in red. Check the error number and
eliminate the cause of the error.
Once the cause of the error is eliminated, the images
whose transfer previously failed will be transferred
automatically.
Note that if you cancel image transfer or turn off the camera, auto retry is not performed. Follow
the steps on page 40 to transfer the images.
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Handling Error Messages
11: Connection target not found
Is the pairing software running?
X Start the pairing software and follow the instructions to re-establish the connection (p.48).
Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured with the same encryption
key for authentication?
X This error occurs if the encryption keys do not match when the authentication method for
encryption is [Open system].
The setting is case-sensitive, so check upper- and lower-case characters. Make sure the
correct encryption key for authentication is entered on the transmitter (p.24).
12: Connection target not found
Are the target computer and wireless LAN terminal on?
X Turn on the target computer and wireless LAN terminal.
21: No address assigned by DHCP server
What to check on the transmitter
Y
P
O
Is the transmitter’s network setting set to [Auto setting], or its IP address setting
set to [Auto assign]?
X If you are not using a DHCP server, set the transmitter’s network setting to [Manual
setting] and IP address setting to [Manual setting] (p.27).
C
What to check on the DHCP server
Is the DHCP server on?
X Turn the DHCP server on.
Are there enough addresses for assignment by the DHCP server?
X Increase the number of addresses assigned by the DHCP server.
X Remove devices assigned addresses by the DHCP server from the network to reduce the
number of addresses in use.
Is the DHCP server functioning correctly?
X Check the DHCP server settings to make sure it is functioning correctly as a DHCP
server.
X If applicable, ask your network administrator to ensure that the DHCP server can be used.
Handling Error Messages 21 - 26
Check the following points when responding to errors numbered 21 - 26.
Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured with the same encryption key for
authentication?
X This error occurs if the encryption keys do not match when the authentication method for
encryption is [Open system]. The setting is case-sensitive, so check upper- and lower-case
characters. Make sure the correct encryption key for authentication is entered on the transmitter
(p.24).
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Handling Error Messages
22: No response from DNS server
What to check on the transmitter
Is the transmitter’s DNS address setting set to [Auto assign] or [Manual setting]?
X If you are not using a DNS server, set the transmitter’s DNS address setting to [Disable]
(p.27).
On the transmitter, does the DNS server’s IP address setting match the server’s
actual address?
X Configure the IP address on the transmitter to match the actual DNS server address
(p.27, 112).
What to check on the DNS server
Is the DNS server on?
X Turn the DNS server on.
Are the DNS server settings for IP addresses and the corresponding names
correct?
X On the DNS server, make sure IP addresses and the corresponding names are entered
correctly.
Y
P
O
Is the DNS server functioning correctly?
X Check the DNS server settings to make sure the server is functioning correctly as a DNS
server.
X If applicable, ask your network administrator to ensure that the DNS server can be used.
What to check on the network as a whole
C
Does your network include a router or similar device that serves as a gateway?
X If applicable, ask your network administrator for the network gateway address and enter it
on the transmitter (p.27, 112).
X Make sure the gateway address setting is correctly entered on all network devices,
including the transmitter.
23: Duplicate IP address
What to check on the transmitter
Is another device on the transmitter network using the same IP address as the
transmitter?
X Change the transmitter’s IP address to avoid using the same address as another device
on the network. Otherwise, change the IP address of the device that has a redundant
address.
X In network environments with a DHCP server, if the transmitter’s IP address setting is
[Manual setting], change it to [Auto assign] (p.27).
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Handling Error Messages
24: No response from proxy server
What to check on the transmitter
The transmitter’s proxy server setting is [Enable]. Does the error occur under this
setting?
X If you are not using a proxy server, set the transmitter’s proxy server setting to [Disable]
(p.32).
Do the transmitter’s [Address setting] and [Port No.] settings match those of the
proxy server?
X Configure the transmitter’s proxy server address and port number to match those of the proxy
server (p.32).
In the transmitter’s [Proxy server] settings, have you only entered [Server name]?
X If the proxy server’s [Address] setting is not configured on the transmitter, enter it along
with the DNS server address (p.27). Make sure the server name and port number for the
proxy server are entered correctly (p.32).
What to check on the proxy server
Is the proxy server on?
X Turn the proxy server on.
Y
P
O
Is the proxy server functioning correctly?
X Check the proxy server settings to make sure the server is functioning correctly as a
proxy server.
X If applicable, ask your network administrator for the proxy server address or server name
and port number, and then enter them on the transmitter.
C
What to check on the network as a whole
Does your network include a router or similar device that serves as a gateway?
X If applicable, ask your network administrator for the network gateway address and enter it
on the transmitter.
X Make sure the gateway address setting is correctly entered on all network devices,
including the transmitter.
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Handling Error Messages
25: Another terminal has set the same IP address
Is another device on the transmitter network using the same IP address as the
transmitter?
X This error occurs if the transmitter is connected to a network where another device
subsequently connects with the same IP address. Change the transmitter’s IP address to
avoid using the same address as another device on the network. Otherwise, change the
IP address of the device that has a redundant address.
26: No response from DHCP server
What to check on the transmitter
On the transmitter, the network setting is [Auto setting]. Does the error occur under
this setting?
X If you are not using a DHCP server, set the transmitter’s network setting to [Manual
setting] (p.27).
What to check on the DHCP server
Is the DHCP server on?
X Turn the DHCP server on.
Y
P
O
Are the DHCP server settings for IP addresses and the corresponding names
correct?
X On the DHCP server, make sure IP addresses and the corresponding names are entered
correctly.
C
Is the DHCP server functioning correctly?
X Check the DHCP server settings to make sure it is functioning correctly as a DHCP
server.
X If applicable, ask your network administrator to ensure that the DHCP server can be used.
What to check on the network as a whole
Does your network include a router or similar device that serves as a gateway?
X If applicable, ask your network administrator for the network gateway address and enter it
on the transmitter (p.27).
X Make sure the gateway address setting is correctly entered on all network devices,
including the transmitter.
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Handling Error Messages
41: Cannot connect to FTP server
What to check on the transmitter
On the transmitter, does the FTP server’s IP address setting match the server’s
actual address?
X Configure the IP address on the transmitter to match the actual FTP server address
(p.32).
Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured with the same encryption
key for authentication?
X This error occurs if the encryption keys do not match when the authentication method for
encryption is [Open system].
The setting is case-sensitive, so check upper- and lower-case characters. Make sure the
correct encryption key for authentication is entered on the transmitter (p.24).
On the transmitter, does the [Port number setting] for the FTP server match the
actual port number of the FTP server?
X Configure the same port number (usually 21) on the transmitter and FTP server.
Configure the port number on the transmitter to match the actual FTP server port number
(p.32).
Y
P
O
If only the FTP server’s [Server name] is configured on the transmitter, are the DNS
server settings complete?
X If the FTP server’s [Address] setting is not configured on the transmitter, enable use of
the DNS server on the transmitter and enter its address (p.27). Make sure the FTP server
name is entered correctly (p.32).
C
What to check on the FTP server
Is the FTP server functioning correctly?
X Configure the computer correctly to function as an FTP server.
X If applicable, ask your network administrator for the FTP server address and port number,
and then enter them on the transmitter.
Is the FTP server on?
X Turn the FTP server on. The server may have been turned off because of an energysaving mode.
On the transmitter, does the FTP server’s IP address setting (in [Address]) match
the server’s actual address?
X Configure the IP address on the transmitter to match the actual FTP server address
(p.32).
Is a firewall or other security software enabled?
X Some security software uses a firewall to restrict access to the FTP server. Change the
firewall settings to allow access to the FTP server.
X You may be able to access the FTP server by setting [Passive mode] to [Enable] on the
transmitter (p.86).
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Are you connecting to the FTP server via a broadband router?
X Some broadband routers use a firewall to restrict access to the FTP server. Change the
firewall settings to allow access to the FTP server.
X You may be able to access the FTP server by setting [Passive mode] to [Enable] on the
transmitter (p.86).
If you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later, is access to the FTP server
blocked by [Windows Firewall]?
X Change the Windows Firewall settings to allow access to the FTP server.
What to check on the network as a whole
Does your network include a router or similar device that serves as a gateway?
X If applicable, ask your network administrator for the network gateway address and enter it
on the transmitter (p.27).
X Make sure the gateway address setting is correctly entered on all network devices,
including the transmitter.
42: FTP server rejected connection
What to check on the FTP server
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Is the FTP server configured to restrict access to only some IP addresses?
X Change the FTP server settings to allow access from the [IP address] configured on the
transmitter in the TCP/IP settings.
43: Cannot connect to FTP server. Error code received from server.
C
What to check on the FTP server
Have you exceeded the maximum number of FTP server connections?
X Disconnect some network devices from the FTP server or increase the maximum number
of connections.
44: Cannot disconnect FTP server. Error code received from server.
This error occurs if the transmitter fails to disconnect from the FTP server for some
reason.
X Turn the FTP server and camera off and on.
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Handling Error Messages
45: Cannot login to FTP server. Error code received from server.
What to check on the transmitter
On the transmitter, is the [Login name] entered correctly?
X Check the login name for accessing the FTP server. The setting is case-sensitive, so
check upper- and lower-case characters. Make sure the correct login name is entered on
the transmitter (p.33).
On the transmitter, is the [Login password] entered correctly?
X If a login password is configured on the FTP server, check the upper- and lower-case
characters to make sure the password on the transmitter matches it (p.33).
What to check on the FTP server
Do the user rights for the FTP server allow reading, writing, and log access?
X Configure the FTP server’s user rights to allow reading, writing, and log access.
Is the folder specified as the transfer destination on the FTP server named with
ASCII characters (p.29)?
X Use ASCII characters for the folder name.
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46: For the data session, error code received from FTP server
What to check on the FTP server
The connection was terminated by the FTP server.
X Restart the FTP server.
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Do the user rights for the FTP server allow reading, writing, and log access?
X Configure the FTP server’s user rights to allow reading, writing, and log access.
Do user rights allow access to the target folder on the FTP server?
X Configure the user rights for access to the target folder on the FTP server to allow saving
images from the transmitter.
Is the FTP server on?
X Turn the FTP server on. The server may have been turned off because of an energysaving mode.
Is the hard disk of the FTP server full?
X Increase available space on the hard disk.
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47: Image file transfer completion not confirmed by FTP server
This error occurs if, for some reason, the transmitter fails to receive confirmation
from the FTP server that image file transfer is complete.
X Turn the FTP server and camera off and on and send the images again.
51: Connection to Bluetooth device lost
Is the Bluetooth unit too far from the GPS device?
X Bring the GPS device closer to the Bluetooth unit.
Are any obstacles blocking the line of sight between the Bluetooth unit and the
GPS device?
X Move the GPS device to a position visible from the point of view of the Bluetooth unit.
The Bluetooth unit and GPS device were disconnected, for some reason, and the
connection cannot be restored.
X The connection is more likely to be lost if there are nearby wireless LAN terminals,
cordless telephones, microphones, microwave ovens, or similar devices operating on the
same 2.4 GHz band used for Bluetooth communication. Also note that the connection is
more likely to be lost in poor weather or high humidity.
Is the GPS device on?
X Turn the GPS device on.
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52: Bluetooth device cannot be found
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Is the GPS device ready for the Bluetooth connection?
X Turn the GPS device on and set it up for connection via Bluetooth.
Is the Bluetooth unit too far from the GPS device?
X Bring the GPS device closer to the Bluetooth unit.
Is the GPS device on?
X Turn the GPS device on.
53: Incorrect Bluetooth password
Is the same password set on the Bluetooth unit and GPS device?
X The setting is case-sensitive, so check upper- and lower-case characters. Make sure the
correct password is entered on the GPS device and Bluetooth unit.
54: No compatible Bluetooth service available on connected device
The GPS device does not support SPP (Serial Port Profile).
X Confirm that the GPS device supports SPP.
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Handling Error Messages
61: Selected SSID wireless LAN network not found
Are any obstacles blocking the line of sight between the transmitter and the
antenna of the wireless LAN terminal?
X Move the antenna to a position clearly visible from the point of view of the transmitter
(p.111).
What to check on the transmitter
On the transmitter, does the SSID setting match that of the wireless LAN terminal?
X Check the SSID on the wireless LAN terminal, and configure the same SSID on the
transmitter (p.23).
What to check on the wireless LAN terminal
Is the wireless LAN terminal on?
X Turn on the wireless LAN terminal.
If you are filtering by MAC address, did you register the transmitter’s MAC address
on the wireless LAN terminal?
X Register the transmitter’s MAC address (p.84) on the wireless LAN terminal.
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62: No response from wireless LAN terminal
What to check on the transmitter
Is the transmitter configured for communication in infrastructure mode?
X Configure the transmitter for communication in ad hoc mode.
C
What to check on the wireless LAN terminal
Is there a nearby wireless LAN terminal for ad hoc communication?
X Prepare a wireless LAN terminal for ad hoc communication near the transmitter.
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Handling Error Messages
63: Wireless LAN authentication failed
Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured for the same
authentication method?
X The transmitter supports these authentication methods: [Open system], [Shared key],
[WPA-PSK], and [WPA2-PSK] (p.23).
X When using an AirPort for communication in infrastructure mode, [Open system] is not
supported. Configure a [Shared key] on the transmitter (p.23).
Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured with the same encryption
key for authentication?
X The setting is case-sensitive, so check upper- and lower-case characters. Make sure the
correct encryption key for authentication is entered on the transmitter and wireless LAN
terminal (p.24).
If you are filtering by MAC address, did you register the transmitter’s MAC address
on the wireless LAN terminal?
X Register the transmitter’s MAC address (p.84) on the wireless LAN terminal.
64: Cannot connect to wireless LAN terminal
Y
P
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Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured for the same encryption
method?
X The transmitter supports these encryption methods: [WEP], [TKIP], and [AES] (p.23).
If you are filtering by MAC address, did you register the transmitter’s MAC address
on the wireless LAN terminal?
X Register the transmitter’s MAC address (p.84) on the wireless LAN terminal.
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65: Wireless LAN connection lost
Are any obstacles blocking the line of sight between the transmitter and the
antenna of the wireless LAN terminal?
X Move the antenna to a position clearly visible from the point of view of the transmitter
(p.111).
The wireless LAN connection was lost, for some reason, and the connection
cannot be restored.
X The following are possible reasons: excessive access to the wireless LAN terminal from
other terminals, a microwave oven or similar appliance in use nearby (interfering with
IEEE 802.11b/g/n reception on the 2.4 GHz band), or poor weather or high humidity
(p.111).
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Handling Error Messages
66: Incorrect wireless LAN encryption key
Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured with the same encryption
key for authentication?
X The setting is case-sensitive, so check upper- and lower-case characters. Make sure the
correct encryption key for authentication is entered on the transmitter and wireless LAN
terminal (p.24).
Note that if the authentication method is [Open system], an Error 41 (“Cannot connect to
FTP server”) is displayed.
67: Incorrect wireless LAN encryption method
Are the transmitter and wireless LAN terminal configured for the same encryption
method?
X The transmitter supports these encryption methods: [WEP], [TKIP], and [AES] (p.23).
If you are filtering by MAC address, did you register the transmitter’s MAC address
on the wireless LAN terminal?
X Register the transmitter’s MAC address (p.84) on the wireless LAN terminal.
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68: Cannot connect to wireless LAN terminal. Retry from the
beginning.
Have you pressed the Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) button on the wireless LAN
terminal for as long as indicated in the wireless LAN terminal instructions?
X Refer to the instruction manual for the wireless LAN terminal to determine how long to
hold the WPS button.
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Are you attempting to establish the connection near the wireless LAN terminal?
X Try establishing the connection when both devices are within reach of each other.
69: Multiple wireless LAN terminals have been found. Cannot
connect. Retry from the beginning.
Connection is in progress by other wireless LAN terminals in Pushbutton
Connection mode (PBC mode) of Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS).
X Wait a while before trying to establish the connection, or try to establish a connection in
PIN code connection mode (PIN mode) (p.26).
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Handling Error Messages
71: Cannot connect to slave camera
Are you following the correct procedure to establish the connection with slave
cameras?
X Operate slave cameras by following the correct instructions (p.70, 71).
Are the slave cameras too far from the master camera?
X Bring the slave cameras closer to the master camera.
72: Cannot connect to master camera
Are you following the correct procedure to establish the connection with master
camera?
X Operate the master camera by following the correct instructions (p.70, 71).
Is the master camera too far from the slave cameras?
X Bring the master camera closer to the slave cameras.
73: Could not synchronize the time
Are you following the correct procedure to establish a connection between the
master and slave cameras?
X Operate the master and slave cameras by following the correct instructions (p.91, 92).
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Are the master and slave cameras too far apart?
X Bring the master and slave cameras closer together.
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81: Wired LAN connection lost
Is the LAN cable securely connected?
X Reconnect the LAN cable between the camera and server. Because the cable may be
severed, try using another cable to connect the devices.
Is the hub or router on?
X Turn on the hub or router.
Is the server on?
X Turn the server on. The server may have been turned off because of an energy-saving
mode.
91: Other error
An error other than error number 11 to 81 has occurred.
X Turn the camera’s power switch off and on.
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Wireless LAN Notes
When using the transmitter with a wireless LAN, try the following corrective actions if the
transmission rate drops, the connection is lost, or other problems occur.
Wireless LAN Terminal Installation and Antenna Position
When using the transmitter indoors, install the wireless LAN terminal in the room where
you are shooting.
Install the wireless LAN terminal higher than the transmitter.
Install the device in a place when the connection with the camera is not obstructed by
people or objects.
Install the device as close as possible to the camera. In particular, note that during
outdoor use in poor weather, rain may absorb radio waves and disrupt the connection.
Nearby Electronic Devices
If the transmission rate over a wireless LAN drops because of interference from the following
electronic devices, switching to a wired LAN can resolve the problem.
The transmitter communicates over wireless LANs via IEEE 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth
using radio waves in the 2.4 GHz band. For this reason, the wireless LAN transmission
rate may drop if there are nearby microwave ovens, cordless telephones, microphones,
or similar devices operating on the same frequency band.
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P
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If a wireless LAN terminal on the same frequency band as the transmitter is used nearby,
the transmission rate of the wireless LAN may drop.
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Using Multiple Transmitters
If multiple transmitters are connected to a single wireless LAN terminal, be careful not to
use redundant camera IP addresses.
Note that the transmission rate drops when multiple transmitters access a single wireless
LAN terminal.
To reduce radio wave interference when there are multiple wireless IEEE 802.11b/g/n
devices on the 2.4 GHz band, leave a gap of four channels between each wireless LAN
channel. For example, use channels 1, 6, and 11, channels 2, 7, and 12, or channels 3, 8,
and 13.
When IEEE 802.11a/n can be used (on the 5 GHz band), switch to IEEE 802.11a/n (on
the 5 GHz band) and specify a different channel.
Security
Wireless LAN radio waves can be easily intercepted. For this reason, activating encrypted
communication in the wireless LAN terminal settings is recommended.
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Checking Network Settings
Windows
Click the Windows [Start] button [All Programs] [Accessories] [Command Prompt].
Type ipconfig/all and press the <Enter> key.
The IP address assigned to the computer is displayed, as well as the subnet mask, gateway,
and DNS server information.
To avoid using the same IP address for the computer and other devices on the network when
configuring the IP address assigned to the camera (page 27), change the rightmost numbers
here.
Macintosh
In Mac OS X, open the [Terminal] application, type ifconfig -a, and press the <Return> key.
The IP address assigned to the computer is indicated in the [en0] item by [inet], in the format
***.***.***.***.
To avoid using the same IP address for the computer and other devices on the network when
configuring the IP address assigned to the camera (page 27), change the rightmost numbers
here.
* For information on the [Terminal] application, refer to the Mac OS X help.
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Reference
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Creating and Registering Captions
Follow these steps to create captions and register them on the camera, as described in “Adding
a Caption Before Transfer” (p.38). When creating and registering captions, use a computer on
which EOS Utility is installed.
See “Remote Capture Using EOS Utility” from page 47 to start up EOS Utility and enable
its use over a wired or wireless LAN. For instructions on starting EOS Utility, refer to the
Software Instruction Manual (PDF) provided with the camera. Note that captions cannot be
created for cameras without an attached transmitter.
1
Start EOS Utility and select [Camera
settings/Remote shooting].
2
On the [
3
Enter the captions.
4
Register the captions on the camera.
X The camera settings/remote
capture screen is displayed.
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] tab, select [WFT Captions].
X The screen for caption creation is displayed.
To acquire caption data stored on the camera,
select [Load settings].
Enter up to 31 characters (in ASCII format).
Select [Apply to camera] to register your new
captions on the camera.
Using a Bracket (Sold Separately)
Attaching the optional Accessory Bracket AB-E1 enables you to use the transmitter and a
battery grip at the same time.
Attach the camera and transmitter to the bracket as shown.
Tripod socket
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Specifications
Type
Type:
Wired and wireless (IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n) IPsec-compatible image
transfer accessory with Bluetooth connectivity for GPS devices
Wireless LAN
Standards compliance:
IEEE 802.11a
IEEE 802.11b
IEEE 802.11g
IEEE 802.11n
Transmission method:
DS-SS modulation (IEEE 802.11b)
OFDM modulation (IEEE 802.11a/g/n)
Transmission range:
Approx. 150 m / 492 ft.
* With no obstructions between the transmitting and receiving antennas
and no radio interference
* With a large, high-performance antenna attached to the wireless LAN
access point
Transmission frequency (central frequency):
Version
Frequency
WFT-E7A
WFT-E7B
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WFT-E7C
WFT-E7D
WFT-E7E
Connection method:
Security:
1–11
5180–5320 MHz
36–64
5745–5825 MHz
149–165
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2412–2472 MHz
1–13
5180–5320 MHz
36–64
5500–5700 MHz
100–140
2412–2472 MHz
1–13
5745–5805 MHz
149–161
2412–2462 MHz
1–11
5280–5320 MHz
56–64
5500–5700 MHz
100–140
2412–2472 MHz
1–13
5180–5320 MHz
36–64
5500–5700 MHz
100–140
5745–5825 MHz
149–165
Infrastructure or ad hoc mode
* Wi-Fi Protected Setup supported
Authentication method: Open, shared key, WPA-PSK, and WPA2-PSK
Encryption: WEP, TKIP, and AES
Wired LAN
Ethernet:
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Channels
2412–2462 MHz
10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX and 1000BASE-T
Specifications
Network Functions
FTP transfer:
EOS Utility:
WFT Server:
Media Server:
Linked shooting:
Wireless time synchronization:
Automatic transfer
Image selection and transfer
Transfer using SET button
Transfer with captions
EOS Utility remote control functions over wireless and wired LAN
Camera control, simple control, basic shooting,
image viewing, and downloading
DLNA compatible
Shooting with up to 10 slave cameras linked to a master camera
Transmission range: Approx. 100 m / 328 ft. (wireless LAN only)
Synchronizing up to 10 slave cameras to the master camera time
Margin of error with master camera: Approx. ±0.05 seconds
Bluetooth connection
Standards compliance:
Supported devices:
Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
Wireless connectivity with Bluetooth GPS devices
Power Source
Battery:
Battery check:
Number of images
that can be transferred
Battery Pack LP-E6; One battery is used.
Automatic
LAN
Wireless LAN
Wired LAN
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At Normal Temperature
(23°C / 73°F)
2400
2200
Approx. number of images
At Low Temperature
(0°C / 32°F)
2300
2200
* Using a fully charged LP-E6.
* When automatic transfer is performed during shooting of an image of
approx. 5 MB under conditions based on the CIPA (Camera &
Imaging Products Association) test standards.
* Fewer images can be transferred when transferring images
continuously over a wireless LAN.
Dimensions and Weight
Dimensions (W x H x D):
Weight:
134.1 x 31.1 x 62.2 mm / 5.3 x 1.2 x 2.4 in.
Approx. 165 g / 5.8 oz. (body only)
Operating Environment
Temperature:
Humidity:
0°C–40°C / 32°F–104°F
85% or less
All preceding specifications are based on Canon testing standards.
Transmitter specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice.
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Specifications
USA and Canada only:
The Lithium ion/polymer battery is recyclable. Please call 1-800-8BATTERY for information on how to recycle this battery.
When connecting to and using a household power outlet, use only AC Adapter
Kit ACK-E6 (rated input: 100-240 V AC 50/60 Hz, rated output: 8.0 V DC). Using
anything else can cause fire, overheating, or electrical shock.
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MEMO
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MEMO
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MEMO
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MEMO
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Index
A
GPS device ............................................... 16
AC adapter ................................................ 13
Account ..................................................... 54
Ad hoc ....................................................... 23
Authentication...................................... 23, 86
Auto power off ........................................... 19
B
Batch transfer ................................ 40, 42, 44
Battery ....................................................... 11
Battery check............................................. 12
Bluetooth ................................................... 93
Browser ..................................................... 56
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D
I
Image transfer..................................... 16, 31
Infrastructure............................................. 23
IP address........................................... 27, 32
IPsec ......................................................... 86
J
JPEG......................................................... 35
C
Key format................................................. 24
Keyboard................................................... 29
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DHCP server ............................................. 27
Digital photo frame .................................... 65
DLNA......................................................... 65
DNS address ............................................. 27
DNS server................................................ 32
Encryption ........................................... 23, 86
Encryption key........................................... 24
EOS Utility ..................................... 16, 47, 51
EOSUtility .................................................. 20
Error .......................................................... 98
Error number ............................................. 10
ESS-ID ...................................................... 23
Ethernet RJ-45 ............................................ 9
F
File of same name..................................... 86
Folder ........................................................ 33
FTP server........................................... 16, 31
FTP trans................................................... 20
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Gateway .................................................... 27
GPS........................................................... 93
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Household power outlet ............................ 13
K
Camera control.......................................... 59
Caption ...................................................... 38
Case .......................................................... 10
Connection ................................................ 19
Connection icon......................................... 10
Coordinated Universal Time...................... 95
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H
LAN cable ................................................. 22
LCD panel ............................................. 9, 10
Linked shooting................................... 16, 69
LinkedShot ................................................ 21
Login ......................................................... 33
Login name ............................................... 54
M
MAC address ............................................ 48
Master camera .................................... 71, 92
Media player ............................................. 65
Media Server....................................... 16, 65
MediaServ................................................. 21
Movie ............................................ 34, 58, 59
N
Network..................................................... 17
Nomenclature.............................................. 9
Number of images
that can be transferred.............................. 12
O
Open system............................................. 23
P
Pairing................................................. 28, 48
Passive mode ........................................... 86
Password ............................................ 54, 94
PBC mode................................................. 25
Index
PIN code connection mode ....................... 26
PIN mode .................................................. 26
Port number............................................... 32
Power lamp ................................................. 9
Power switch ......................................... 9, 14
Protect settings.......................................... 86
Proxy ......................................................... 32
Pushbutton connection mode.................... 25
R
WFT Server......................................... 16, 53
WFTserver ................................................ 21
Wi-Fi Protected Setup............................... 25
Wired LAN................................................. 22
Wired LAN connection .............................. 10
Wireless signal strength............................ 10
Wizard....................................................... 19
WPA2-PSK ............................................... 23
WPA-PSK ................................................. 23
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) ............. 25, 26
RAW .......................................................... 35
RAW+JPEG .............................................. 36
Remote capture........... 16, 47, 53, 59, 62, 63
Router........................................................ 27
S
Select folder .............................................. 33
Settings information................................... 83
Shared key ................................................ 23
Simple control............................................ 62
Slave camera ...................................... 70, 92
SSID .......................................................... 23
Stealth functions.................................. 25, 26
Subnet mask ............................................. 27
Sync camera time...................................... 89
T
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Target ........................................................ 33
Target folder .............................................. 86
Television ............................................ 65, 67
TKIP .......................................................... 23
Transfer after shooting .............................. 40
Transfer history ......................................... 45
Transfer with SET...................................... 37
Transferring images, automatic................. 34
Transferring images, individual images..... 37
Troubleshooting......................................... 97
U
URL ........................................................... 56
UTC ........................................................... 95
V
Viewing images ......................................... 57
W
Web ........................................................... 56
WEP .......................................................... 23
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